Easter Egg Hunt Fun With Find It Game
There will be many Easter egg hunts happening this weekend, so why not plan one for your dog or cat using the find it game? Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. We earn a small commission on goods purchased via these links, at no additional cost to you. Many of my pet clients love to […]Continue Reading
Make the Holidays Safe for Your Pets
It’s the holiday season, and you are probably running around like crazy. While you are busy decking the halls and baking holiday goodies, it is easy to forget about your four-legged friends in your midst. Make the holidays safe for your pets by avoiding the following dangers: Toxic Plants Poinsettias, holly, mistletoe, lilies, and even […]Continue Reading
Do You Have Pet First Aid Kit For Your Dog?
Just like the old Boy Scout motto goes, it is best to “be prepared.” When it comes to the health and safety of your pet, this is no exception. Being prepared to handle any sudden illness or injury to your pet could mean the difference between life and death. When out and about, here are […]Continue Reading
Helping Your Senior Dog Age Gracefully
Dogs are classified as “senior” when they reach 75% of their projected life span. With this in mind, a larger breed such as a Great Dane typically becomes a senior at age 8, while a toy breed such as a toy poodle isn’t senior until around age 12. For a senior dog, mobility begins to […]Continue Reading
6 Ways to Show Your Cat You Love Him This Valentine’s Day!
Party Marty here! Love is in the air! Do you feel it? Of course you do, as I am in the house! It is Valentine’s Day, and this lovable cat wants to share what is on his heart with you today! February 14th is a great day to celebrate your pet….mainly, your cat! Of course […]Continue Reading
To Pee or not to Pee: Understanding the Frequency of Potty Breaks Necessary for Your Dog
One question I deal with often when meeting with new pet sitting clients is frequency of potty breaks for their dog. While your dog may not necessarily have to go as frequently as you do, he still has to go. Have you ever wondered how often your dog should go out? How Many Potty Breaks Do […]Continue Reading
Pet Hacks To Make Life Easier
Here are some fun and simple pet hacks for dog guardians we found on Mashable.com and some great ideas for cat …Continue Reading
Help Your Pet Sitter Help You
Do you plan to hire a pet sitter to care for your pets when you go on vacation? If this will be the first time hiring a pet sitter, keep the following tips in mind to ensure they can provide optimal care for your pet. Tips To Help Your Pet Sitter Provide Best Care Possible […]Continue Reading
5 Ways To Healthy Skin And Coat For Your Dog
Having healthy skin and coat makes your dog look and feel better. If you notice your dog scratching often he may have an allergy, adrenal problems or a parasite of some kind. Dry skin problems may be easy to correct, or might involve a visit to the vet to determine the underlying cause and set […]Continue Reading
You Appreciate Your Vet…So Make Sure Your Vet Appreciates YOU!!! Here’s How!
The Spirit of Jessie here! Dog Heaven has been wonderful, but I do …Continue Reading